Looking to follow a more spiritual path? Then Thailand has got you covered, with numerous spots to be easily found in the Land of Smiles. Here are a few.
Wat Pho, Bangkok
Regarded as one of the most spiritual structures in the entirety of Thailand, this structure was built in 1782 during the reign of King Rama I. The most prominent feature of the temple is the large reclining Buddha that is found at the temple’s core, which was built in 1848. 15 minutes from Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort, this is an ideal spot to either visit and take in the spirituality or admire during your visit to the capital. Several other Bangkok resorts are also within close proximity to this valued temple.
Doi Inthanon, Chiang Mai
Otherwise called Doi Ang Kha, the natural landscape is regarded as one of the most stunning in all of Thailand. There are two trails that lead to the summit.
Tiger Cave temple, Krabi
Several people visit Krabi to get a glimpse of the limestone cliffs that rise from the Andaman Sea, but some also take time to visit the Tiger Cave Temple. There are several stories as to how this temple got its name and today it’s seen as one of the most religious sites in the country. To get to the golden Buddha found at the 2000 foot peak, visitors must first climb the stairs with jungle on both sides before they finally arrive at the site.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+